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Former player up for Scotland Player of the Year

Former Doncaster Rovers midfielder Dean Shiels is on the shortlist for the PFA Scottish footballer of the year after a successful season with Kilmarnock.

Shiels initially joined Kilmarnock on loan last summer and teamed up with his dad Kenny, who is the manager at Rugby Park.

After an impressive three month stay with Kilmarnock the loan was turned into a permanent deal in January.

Shiels helped Kilmarnock win their first Scottish League cup in their history in March with a 1-0 win at Hampden Park against strong favourites Celtic.

The 27 year old has been a regular in the Kilmarnock side this season making 37 appearances and scoring 11 goals and his form as seen him recalled to the Northern Ireland squad.

Shiels is on the shortlist of four players and the award for the winner will be presented at the PFA Scotland`s Annual Awards Dinner on May 6th 2012.


Nominees
Dean Shiels - Kilmarnock
Steven Davis - Glasgow Rangers
Charlie Mulgrew - Celtic
Jon Daly - Dundee United

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The Journalist

Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 19 2012

Time: 2:54PM

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Pity we could`nt have found a regular place for Deno` he was always willing to take a pot-shot if there was nothing else on !
Dblido
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19/04/2012 15:38:00

I always liked him. It was obvious to see he had talent and a proper run of games has shown what he can do.
DonnyEd
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19/04/2012 20:41:00

 

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